The in their respective state of origin leading European Mountaineering Associations form an association in order to represent their common interests, in particular in the fields of mountaineering, protection of nature and Alpine regional planning as well as the objectives documented in the Convention on the Protection of the Alps (Alpine Convention) and the Carpathian Mountains (Carpathian Convention). The association does not deal with the forms of organised competitive sports, developed from the mountain sports.
The EU Workshop "The Mountain Dimension of Coorperation" took place on November 9, 2018 in Brussels. It brought together EU institutions, Interreg programmes, stakeholders and representatives of the civil society. The objective of the one-day seminar was to discuss on policies, projects and governance that contribute to the development of mountainous areas in the EU. The agenda is available for download here in English and French.
In this workshop, EUMA was officially presented to EU institutions for the first time by EUMA President Roland Stierle who had been invited to give a talk. The talk is provided for download below.
The annual General Assembly is the most
important meeting of the EUMA member federations. The General Assembly is
competent for key decisions concerning EUMA’s activities and budget, and
elections are held. In 2018, the General Assembly was held in Belgium,
Brussels on November 10, 2018
President Roland Stierle and the EUMA Board could welcome 35 delegates and guests from 21 member federations and other organisations in the meeting room of the EOC EU Office. One new Associated Member and one Collaborating Organisation were admitted by the GA 2018. The updated list of member federations is available for download below:
In 2019, the General Assembly will be hosted by the Mountaineering & Climbing Federation of Cyprus and is scheduled to be held on November 3, 2019.
Sun, 03.11.2019, 09:00 Uhr - 16:00 Uhr
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